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thousands of jobs in san francisco. also, concerns about a popular energy drink and the investigation into whether it's connected into more than a dozen deaths. woman: oh! tully's. how do you always have my favorite coffee? well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee and even hot cocoa. and you'll always find your favorite. woman #2: with so many choices, keurig has everyone's favorite. i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. >>> new at 10:00, a report out says california is number 1 when it comes to residents living in poverty. one woman's struggle just to have the bare necessities. >> reporter: friend, second harvest food bank opened this second location just because of the need. and according to this new report today, the number of needy has gone up. >> inside this two bedroom home. >> once we turn it up, the bill will go up about $100. >> reporter: the mother wore layers because she doesn't want to turn on the heat. she's never been as financial strapped as she is today. >> we pay the ren
toward a clean energy economy and environmentalists appraising it is a model for the world. >>> the recent wet weather system that rolled through the bay area brought lots of snow to the bay area. we want to show you what it looked like on friday in nayac. at high elevations more than 2 feet of snow fell. it was the first sizable snowfall of the season. and as you see here from these pictures boy it costs several spin outs and traffic back ups for drivers heading to the mountains. >>> it's not even thanksgiving yet and people are already skiing at lake tahoe. we want to show you what's going on out here. this is a picture taken at boreal ski resort. they did have the snow machine going on out there. more and more ski resorts are set to open this month. north star is set to open in a week. and we move on and see that kirk wood is set to open on november 21st that's the week of thanksgiving. >>> officials are investigating a fire at a fremont school. the key piece of evidence that has investigators calling this blaze suspicious. >> more on the petraeus scandal. the investigat
is promising a thorough review of why the power company's response to the energy seemed so slow. >> they will be held accountable for past performance and then we also have to get smart about this and we have to make sure we're prepared for when this happens again. because i believe this will happen again. >> president obama is scheduled to tour the new york city area on thursday and will be briefed on the rebuilding effort. >>> volunteers in contra costa county went to work tonight preparing some much needed supplies to send the people back east who are in those storm damaged areas. heather holmes is live where boxes of donated goods will soon be shipped out. >> reporter: frank for more than five hours tonight this baseball shed was bustling an assembly line of volunteers hoping to solve the big problem thousands of miles away. take a look this is the result. 97 boxes of everything from sleeping bags to two way radios sealed and ready to go. >> this is great. fantastic. >> reporter: from gold weather clothes,. >> we have some diapers and wipes. >> to baby items. >> reporter: to
be tracking a few sprinkles primarily from the north. it looks like the bulk of the energy is up to the north. for the niners game, temperatures in the upper 50s. so after that cold start tomorrow morning these numbers will be in the upper 50s to right around 60 degrees. san josi 60. santmeta, 59 santmateo, 59. another cold morning, probably not as chilly as tomorrow morning and then we thicken up the high clouds. there is a slight chance of showers on wednesday and then make a chance of showers on thursday. tomorrow for veteran's day, temperatures on the coal side first thing tomorrow morning. by the way, the projected low in truckee tomorrow morning, 1 below. >> wow, that is cold. don't feel so bad here. >>> unique arts and crafts were the draw for shoppers aharvest festival in san mateo. organizers say thousands of unique items are for sale, range from jewelry to wooden toys. all of the items are made by hand by artisans. >> they send the entire spring creating them at their workshops. you can buy them at harvest festival or go o-loan and find their art. event continues tomorrow in san m
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